My mission at Baseflow is to help people live where they're treated best.
However, different people have different preferences, and of course, there's no size fits all when choosing a place to live. I think a good term to describe what Baseflow aims to do would be "improving the global citizen-country fit".
I find it helpful to take the concept of product-market fit (which means creating a product that matches the preferences of a particular market) and apply it to governance.
So if someone is a communist and wants to move let's say, to China—to live in a communist ideology that trades under capitalist principles—, we should make it as easy and fast as possible for that individual to move there, because there's (allegedly) an excellent citizen-country fit.
This also means that new governance models will emerge to satisfy the preferences of niches of citizens as they now have the freedom to move wherever they want - but haven't found their place yet.